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Ireland

2 Events
  • Jun 29 2020
    Jun
    29
    2020
    Mon 17:00
    RDS Arena - DublinHella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer
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  • Jun 29 2020
    Jun
    29
    2020
    Mon 17:00
    RDS Arena - DublinHella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer - VIP Packages
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International Events

3 Events
  • Jun 24 2020
    Jun
    24
    2020
    Wed 17:00
    Bellahouston Park - GlasgowHella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer
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  • Jun 26 2020
    Jun
    26
    2020
    Fri 16:00
    London Stadium - LondonHella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer
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  • Jun 27 2020
    Jun
    27
    2020
    Sat 16:00
    John Smith's Stadium - HuddersfieldHella Mega Tour: Green Day, Fall Out Boy & Weezer
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About Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy formed out of boredom in a suburban Chicago basement in 2001. Despite bassist Pete Wentz describing himself as "a procrastinating underachiever at heart" and drummer Andy often drawing comparisons to the Muppet "Animal", the group has managed to achieve worldwide success.

The band, whose music style is described as emo, pop-punk, indie-rock, finally took shape when they met guitarist/vocalist Patrick Stump. They won several awards for their debut album, From Under the Cork Tree. The album achieved double platinum status and sold over 2.5 million albums in the US alone. 

Fall Out Boy are known for tracks such as Sugar, We’re Going Down, I Don’t Care and Centuries.

The band, comprising Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley most recently released their seventh studio album, Mania, back in January 2018.

Fall Out Boy has announced details of forthcoming UK stadium shows with rock heavyweights Green Day and Weezer, taking to Glasgow, London and Huddersfield in June 2020.

Last updated: September, 2019